whop

[ UK /wˈɒp/ ]
VERB
  1. hit hard
    The teacher whacked the boy
  2. hit hard
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How To Use whop In A Sentence

  • About 7 o'clock tonight, we had a whopping great thunderstorm with accompanying light show, and the flipping garage got flooded again!
  • Month after month our patience has gone unrewarded until the latest edition of the magazine, when we've managed to bag a whopper.
  • Last week I got a whopping discount on a new gas boiler, on account of my age. Times, Sunday Times
  • Just think what you could do with a whopping ten grand. The Sun
  • The "Very Funny" cable network burned off the whopping nine-episode season of its sly charmer about Chicago sportswriter PJ (Jordana Spiro) and her pals on Sundays opposite such sky-high-profile cable competition as Keeping Up with the Kardashians and Mad Men — whose costar Joel Murray, aka rehabbed alky Freddy Rumsen, guested on Boys as the owner who sold the gang's hangout, Crowley's, to Brando (Reid Scott) in the season finale. Cheers & Jeers: My Boys to Men?
  • Stepped out of the cane grass, not a dozen feet away, and whopped at me. THE TERRIBLE SOLOMONS
  • Spread out over 7 years since we invaded, that works out to be about $100.57 billion PER YEAR out of an average annual federal budget of roughly $3.2 - $3.4 TRILLION ($3200 billion - $3400 billion) or in other words ... a whopping 2. 9% of every federal dollar spent over the last 7 years. Denver Post: News: Breaking: Local
  • The club struggled to ship them out as no one else would match their whopping wages. The Sun
  • Gold crowns and dentures could then be traded for ready money when one of those whopping utility bills lands on your doormat. Times, Sunday Times
  • Also, at the last count, you guys donated a whopping $27,695.41 to the relief fund.
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